Members of Movement for abolition of Slavery in Mauritania arrested

It’s times like these when pseudo-human rights groups in the West are exposed for what they truly are – ideologues who have no real interest in human rights. If they did, they would be confronting the issue of slavery and the persecution of minorities, not in the United States but in Islamic countries.

Imagine a group of blacks in Georgia, for example, burning books of jurisprudence that contained language that permitted slavery. Then imagine that they are arrested and forced to apologize for their egregious actions.

Laughable, right?

Not in Mauritania. The elephant in the living room is that Muslims have enslaved – and continue to do so – far more blacks than has America.


Ben Barrack is a talk show host and author of the upcoming book, Unsung Davids


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